Volkswagen Tire Life Expectancy and Replacements
There are a lot of important components on your Volkswagen vehicle, and some of the most important are the tires. The tires on your Volkswagen help provide a smoother ride and contribute to the overall efficiency and performance. And when you take care of them and give them routine maintenance, they can stay dependable and last a long time.
How Long Do Tires Last On a Volkswagen Vehicle?
Assuming that they have been properly cared for and haven’t been excessively driven on rough terrain, your Volkswagen model’s tires will last approximately 50,000 miles or about four years. If you don’t do a lot of driving, you can get more years on them, but should replace them when they reach 10 years old. By this time they will be more brittle and can cause a hazardous blowout while you are on the road.
Number of Cross-Country Road Trips With a Set of Volkswagen Tires
We are looking at trekking about 3,000 miles (give or take) to the Atlantic coast if we start our cross-country road trip in nearby San Francisco. If the tires on our Volkswagen are well cared for and as long as you don’t run over a nail, you could cross the United States 16 to 17 times before replacing them!
Volkswagen Tire Maintenance and Replacements in Walnut Creek, CA
If your Volkswagen vehicle’s tires are due for maintenance like a rotation or balancing, or it’s ready for its next set of tires, we invite you to come to us here at Dirito Brothers Walnut Creek Volkswagen. Our Volkswagen-specialized technicians provide efficient and high-quality service to ensure that your tires and Volkswagen vehicle stays dependable.
We offer a wide selection of tires that are specially made to fit your specific vehicle, and we even offer specialty options like snow tires and off-road tires. We also recycle the old tires from your Volkswagen vehicle to ensure that our planet stays healthy and beautiful.
To learn more and to schedule a service appointment, please visit us today!